VISITORS to the Star Property Fair 2014 at Queensbay Mall on Friday can look forward to three talks by renowned speakers Prof Joe Choo (pic), Master David Koh and Chris Tan.
Feng shui and geomancy consultant Prof Choo will be speaking from 2pm to 3pm on the topic, ‘The Hidden Energy of feng shui’.
Prof Choo, who is also the Malaysian Institute of Geomancy Sciences president, will also share her knowledge on the history of feng shui and its main forces.
“The main forces in feng shui are divided into Cosmic, Earth and Human. I’ll explain these forces and its applications on buildings.
“I will also share how these forces can be applied to achieve the optimum results for businesses or individuals,” she said.
Visitors could also learn more from Koh who will be speaking from 3.30pm to 4.30pm on ‘Penang Property in feng shui Perspective’.
Koh said he would make comparisons between properties and feng shui in Kuala Lumpur, Penang and the Iskandar region in Johor.
“I will talk about what makes Penang properties so sought after by investors.
“The common reason people know is the scarcity of land.
“However, not many realise that this is because of the way the Penang island looks – which is just like a turtle in the sea.
“Through a feng shui perspective, I will explore the island’s history and development, tracing through the reason why most of the developments are focused on George Town,” he said.
Koh said understanding how a turtle behaved in water would reveal the answer on why one part of the island was constantly more vibrant than the other.
For visitors who need help in legal matters, head over to lawyer Chris Tan’s talk on ‘Understanding Your Property Investment Options Legally’ from 5pm to 6pm.
“Property investment is certainly more than just buying and selling.
“It is about cash-flow and returns; not the absolute values.
“Property investment is also about leveraging and financing where the investor is the bridging financier for the next buyer,” he said.
Tan will also share about the advantages and disadvantages of various property investment models in Malaysia such as flipping (buy and sell), keeping (buy and rent), rent-to-own, sell and leaseback, and even Real Estate Investment Trust.